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Late Monday night, Mark Berman and John McClain, both confirmed that the Houston Texans will be working out free agent quarterbacks Jake Delhomme and Jeff Garcia to replace the injured Matt Leinart. Head Coach Gary Kubiak is determined to bring in a veteran presence to help new starter rookie T.J. Yates with the coming weeks. [...]
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HOUSTON -- Jake Delhomme had told some other teams no. There were a couple during training camp, and one during the season. He was content being a dad. Had moved from Cleveland back to Louisiana. Wanted to get his kids home, he said. That was going to be the deal. Dad was going to be home, being dad. He doesn't need the money.
And yet he watched every game, every Sunday. Once...
In an ideal world newly signed Texans quarterback Jake Delhomme won't play a down for the team while rookie T.J. Yates guides the club to a Super Bowl victory. Since the world is hardly perfect, the chances of both happening are small.
But if and when Delhomme does get into action it won't be like he has never played in a big spot before. He has played ten years in the NFL...
(By Scott Fowler, email@example.com) Former Panther quarterback Jake Delhomme has returned to the NFL -- finally -- signing a late-season contract with the Houston Texans Tuesday.I can't think about Delhomme and Houston without remembering the Super Bowl following the 2003 season. Delhomme played one of the most stunning fourth quarters any Super Bowl quarterback...
HOUSTON - The Houston Texans reached a contract agreement with veteran quarterback Jake Delhomme to add depth to the position after losing Matt Schaub and Matt Leinart to season-ending injuries.
Delhomme, 36, worked out for Texans coaches and management on Tuesday.
He was released by the Cleveland Browns in July after playing 13 years in the NFL with the New...
The Houston Texans are working out retired quarterback Jake Delhomme and four-time Pro Bowler Jeff Garcia on Tuesday following the season-ending injury to Matt Leinart, according to Adam Schefter, who cites a league source through ESPN.
Delhomme is deciding whether the Houston opportunity is tempting enough to come back to the NFL, the source said.
The source also said the Texans...
As you have surely heard by now, Jake Delhomme is back in the NFL.
The man who quarterbacked the Carolina Panthers to the Super Bowl in 2003, and who is renowned as a great guy and good leader, but who in subsequent years became synonymous with terms like “interception” and “noodle arm”, is now a member of the Houston Texans.
But no matter where Delhomme goes, now or at any...
The agent who represents retired quarterback Jake Delhomme says his client has signed with the Houston Texans. Delhomme worked out with the Texans on Tuesday, along with another retired quarterback, Jeff Garcia. Delhomme will back up rookie T.J. Yates, a fifth-round pick who will start Sunday's game against Atlanta.
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It’s almost as if the Texans prepped Jake Delhomme’s agent with talking points. Jake Delhomme’s job with the Texans is to help T.J. Yates, not take over as starter. “Jake is fired up and ready to go and will do everything he can to support T.J.,” said Delhomme’s agent Rick Smith via the Houston Chronicle.…
With the playoff picture heating up, keep an eye on Falcons @ Texans (Jake Delhomme!), Tebow, Bengals @ Steelers, and Lions @ Saints in particular, although almost all games have some implications in play.
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I believe that Ndamukong Suh was way, way out of line with his actions on Thanksgiving day. I believe he deserves his two-game suspension. I believe he has some issues to work through.
However, after what I've just seen, I'm also willing to admit that we've gone too far in our criticism of Suh, because we've somehow given Taiwanese animators the idea that Ndamukong...
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